dat vs. Datasette vs. Massive



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What is dat?

Dat is an open source project that provides a streaming interface between every file format and data storage backend.

What is Datasette?

Provides an instant, read-only JSON API for any SQLite database. It also provides tools for packaging the database up as a Docker container and deploying that container to hosting providers.

What is Massive?

Massive's goal is to help you get data from your database. This is not an ORM, it's a bit more than a query tool - our goal is to do just enough, then get out of your way. Massive embraces SQL completely, and helps you out when you don't feel like writing another mundane select * from statement.

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Why do developers choose dat?
Why do you like dat?

Why do developers choose Datasette?
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Why do developers choose Massive?
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What are the cons of using dat?
No Cons submitted yet for dat
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What are the cons of using Datasette?
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What are the cons of using Massive?
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How much does dat cost?
How much does Datasette cost?
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What companies use dat?
1 companies on StackShare use dat
What companies use Datasette?
0 companies on StackShare use Datasette
What companies use Massive?
0 companies on StackShare use Massive
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What tools integrate with Datasette?
4 tools on StackShare integrate with Datasette
What tools integrate with Massive?
1 tools on StackShare integrate with Massive

What are some alternatives to dat, Datasette, and Massive?

  • Sequel Pro - MySQL database management for Mac OS X
  • PostGIS - Open source spatial database
  • Open PostgreSQL Monitoring - Oversee and Manage Your PostgreSQL Servers
  • Liquibase - Source control for your database

See all alternatives to dat

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